Tag Archives: indie film

David O’Reilly, I’m Calling You Out!

I’d like to take some time to discuss a short film of note that I saw recently. It’s called “The External World” and if you haven’t seen it I recommend watching it before reading the spoiler-ridden maniacry I have put … Continue reading

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Mourning Dusk (Behind the Scenes on “5000 Days”)

The other day I posted a video only a few days after my previous upload. Wha happun? Wha gives? Why and how you do that? Here’s the tale. Maya and I are essentially departing upon regular film-photo-fashion-passion missions. I commit … Continue reading

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On the Best Movie I Saw From 2010

I had been looking forward to Blue Valentine for some time when I finally saw it on its opening night in Vancouver this January. I beat away my friends with sticks so that I could see it alone, and I … Continue reading

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The Neon Bonfire

My new short film “The Neon Bonfire” is now out and published. This was a bit more than a week in the making, and there will be many more to come in the future. If you enjoy it, spread the … Continue reading

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Snow Night

Made in mid-January 2011, being a document of the mood in my immediate travelling vicinity as I walked about Vancouver during a single-night snowstorm.

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